An important, but often-overlooked, aspect of financial and legal planning involves protecting the family assets that you’ve worked so hard for. Losing your assets to a lawsuit or bad luck can pose a hardship for anyone, but when you have children or other loved ones who depend on you, it can be devastating for your […]
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Guidance on Starting the Conversation Talking to your family about estate planning is not always an easy thing to do. Come join estate attorney, Shannon P. McNulty as she shares tips for broaching the subject when you are gather together over the holidays. Learn what to ask your elderly parents about their planning so that
Let’s Meet Up! It takes a village to protect what you love. And that’s why we have created our own village of legal and financial professionals to help you make your plans a reality. Join us for our very first Virtual Town Square Meet Up! We will be meeting via Zoom to introduce our team
As the end of the year approaches, it’s a good time to check and see if your family’s ducks are in a row. And this year, there are more ducks to keep track of than usual. As you may have heard, Congress is currently considering a number of tax changes that may affect your family.
As a divorced parent, you have unique concerns about what would happen to your children if you were no longer around to take care of them. But do you know what would actually happen in that situation? You may not realize it, but without proper planning, your assets are likely to end up in the
COVID-19 has caused many parents to reassess their life insurance needs – and has led to questions about insurability after a diagnosis or other health issue. Additionally, many New Yorkers have purchased second homes resulting in changes to homeowner’s policies or questions about the effect of renting out their property. To answer all your pressing
As featured on The Savvy Parent podcast, estate attorney Shannon P. McNulty shares her strategies to help internatinal families with their estate planning. Its important to clarify and confirm, if something happens to you, who will take care of your kids, your money, and the decision-making that goes with these two critical areas. International families
As featured on The Savvy Parent podcast, estate attorney Shannon P. McNulty shares her thought on estate planning for divorced parents. Going through a divorce or separation is challenging on its own. If you don’t update your estate plan, you could find yourself adding insult to injury. Shannon shares what divorced parents, or those separating need